The Birth of Ramona Rahab

The Birth of Ramona Rahab

Felicity has taken some time to write up her VBAC birth story for those of you who are interested.. On July 7th, four days past my due date, I went in for my 15th ultrasound to monitor my amniotic fluid level, which had been low. My fluid level still looked good, but her heart rate […]

What Missionaries Can Learn From NPR About Fundraising

What Missionaries Can Learn From NPR About Fundraising

It is that time again – NPR is taking time out of every program this week for their fall fundraising campaign.  I love NPR.  I listen to it in the kitchen, in the car, while I work, all day.  Last year we began giving to NPR.  Before that time, I was tempted to whine inwardly […]

Missional Mothering in Japan

Missional Mothering in Japan

Being a stay at home mom did not feel quite natural for me for the first two or three years. Ok, so it’s only been three years, and I still feel uneasy at times. I grew up knowing…I don’t think any…stay at home moms, and until college I rarely stepped into a home with biological […]

The World’s Worst Missionary – Why We Named Our Son Jonah

The World’s Worst Missionary – Why We Named Our Son Jonah

One good friend jokingly asked me, “Why would you name your son after the world’s worst missionary?” A fair question. My response was, “but the Lord used him to initiate perhaps the greatest revival the world has ever seen.” While this is an exciting aspect of Jonah’s life and ministry, it is not exactly why […]

Welcome To Our New Web Site

Welcome To Our New Web Site

Welcome to the web site for Joe and Felicity Congdon.  We hope you enjoy it!  Don’t be a stranger, we’d love to meet you if you have any interest in missions, Japan or both.